This is your opportunity to see the Disney costumes of heroes and villains
Disney is recognized for the outfits that help bring its characters to life, from glass slippers to enchanted ballgowns. To bring a fairy tale world to life in live-action movies made from animated films, each character’s costume has to be carefully thought out.
All-time high of more than $10 billion is expected to be spent on Halloween 2021, according to this group
Whether it’s shortages that are driving up prices of certain items or enthusiasm for the day in general, one thing is clear: It looks like there will be a lot of money spent on Halloween this year.
Go back in time with Log Cabin Days
It’s crazy to think you don’t need a time machine or something like the DeLorean to see what it was like back hundreds of years ago. This Sunday afternoon, June 27 from 1-5 is Log Cabin Day at Palmer Park in Northwest Detroit. The event, unlike in recent years, will be outdoors with things to experience with the family.
Ann Arbor’s Young People’s Theater launches fundraiser to stay afloat during pandemic
ANN ARBOR – Local youth theater group Young People’s Theater has launched a fundraising campaign to stay open amid the coronavirus pandemic. Since 1977, the youth theater group has been putting on productions and hosting camps and classes for kids ages five and up. When the pandemic began in March, YPT had to stop all activities, which halted incoming revenue. The theater company, a 501(c)(3) non profit run exclusively by volunteers, fears it will be forced to close if it cannot raise funds to cover operational expenses. Young People’s Theater is at 331 Metty Dr. STE 3.
Be scary (and safe) with DIY Halloween masks
If you’re choosing to do anything on Halloween besides stay home, you have to mask up. Since you have to dispose of the mask eventually anyway, why not make it part of your Halloween look? Local 4 Style Editor Jon Jordan showed off his amazing artistic abilities with some handmade masks that he created using various types of COVID-19 face protectors. Jon said you can be extravagant and draw a scary face, or you can keep it simple and paste fake leaves or splatter fake blood on them. Watch the video above to see the cool mask creations Jon came up with!
Are people going to be trick or treating this year?
With the number of COVID cases on the rise, many people are trying to figure out how they want to celebrate Halloween this year. So the first topic: How are you going to celebrate this year? Lauren said she is going to do socially-distant trick-or-treating with the help of a candy chute. Her husband Michael is building the chute so they can safely send candy down to the kiddos. Jason’s recommendation is to turn off all the lights and stay away from the windows so people know you’re not participating.